Buffalo Bill's Antlers Inn
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We started the day with a buffet breakfast at the campground. The food was fair. Won't do that again. Spent the rest of the day in Cody shopping and having lunch. On the way back to the campground, we stopped at Buffalo Bill Dam. It took quite a few years and several worker strikes to get it done.
Tomorrow, we head to Yellowstone.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... Rodeo and finding our favourite granola! We'll certainly never forget this day on future 4th July's!
The following morning we woke up to our canvas curtains billowing around us and a chilly air. Linda and Mike kindly let us have breakfast in their kitchen and we ended up sitting with them chatting about our travels for a good hour! It was great to get to know this lovely couple ...
... 100 miles without leaving the park. Yellowstone has 5 entrances, North, South, East, West, and North-East. It is mostly made up of 2 loops, one above each other, so today we tackled the lower loop, and tomorrow we will tackle the upper loop.
The southeast corner between the East and South Entrances is mostly made up of Yellowstone Lake. The road passes around the lake, which was extremely calm this morning as opposed to the ...
... clubs cooking the food, a raffle for a custom-made saddle, and the sale of rubber ducks for the Great Duck Race on the river following the rodeo and you have a fun-packed afternoon… and the weather was beautiful.
The pictures pretty much tell the story so enjoy them. Remember, you can click on them to enlarge them or click on the "Slide Show" ...
Today was our first non-traveling day going west, as we're staying in Cody for a second night. After breakfast, we pretty much immediately went to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, which is five museums in one--all pretty darn good.
The first one we visited was the Draper Natural History Museum, which ...